Kenny G Going Home.mp3


In the ancient Roman calendar, October was the name of the eighth month of

 the year. Its name comes from octo, the Latin word for “eight.” When the

 Romans converted to a 12-month calendar, they tried to rename this month

 after various Roman emperors, but the name October stuck.

In Old England, the month was called Winmonath, which means “wine

 month,” for this was the time of year when wine was made. The English also

 called it Winterfylleth, or “Winter Full Moon.” They considered October’s full

Moon—on the 8th this year—to be the start of winter.

In weather lore, we note, “If October brings heavy frosts and winds, then will

 January and February be mild.”

Source: The Old Farmer's Almanac

How pretty and I like lots of pillows too.

No more meals prepared here! The window must

be missing from the door, you can tell

birds have perched on it and left

their dirty work behind.

Wonder how many people she will scare? What

a neat Mrs scarecrow.

Shhhhh ....

Just very soothing.

Not all jack-o-lanterns have to be orange.

More kid fun in the leaves ....

Oh my, wonder what flavor that icing is?!

And a pumpkin flat on top made just for

this cutie to pose for us.

You took the time, thank you!

What a wonderful feeling

this can be!

Wow, October already?! I closed my

eyes for a bit and September was gone!

Wishing you a wonderful day.

And now till another time, be safe in

all you do. Be aware of everything and

everyone around you at all times. A

very good habit .... take care!


For those first time visitors - the below map shows the

locations of visitors!

WOW - look at all of you!